Carolyn Kindle Betz '95 was mentioned in a 12.12.18 story in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about Enterprise Holdings: "Enterprise Holdings has promoted Christine Taylor to president of the Clayton-based company that operates Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental. Taylor, the granddaughter of Enterprise founder Jack Taylor, will retain her title as chief operating officer. She’s served as executive vice president and COO since 2016. Tuesday, the company also named Carolyn Kindle Betz — also a granddaughter of the late founder — president of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation. Kindle Betz previously was senior vice president and executive director of the foundation, which contributed more than $50 million in charitable gifts to nonprofits in its most recent fiscal year. 'These are both enthusiastic, energetic leaders,' CEO Pam Nicholson said in a statement. 'When you look at Chrissy’s competitive drive and passion for innovation and Carolyn’s strong commitment to help our company make a difference in the world, you see the brand of leadership that will take Enterprise to the next level.' Enterprise has $24.1 billion in annual revenue and 100,000 employees worldwide. Kindle Betz and Christine Taylor are leading a multigenerational cohort of Enterprise’s founding family that’s making a bid for a Major League Soccer expansion team in St. Louis."